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John AnselmoCourses Plus Student 2,281 Points
Why not just use console.printf(variableName + " rest of sentence.");
Why not just use that instead of ("%s rest of sentence.", variableName); Wouldn't you end up typing all the variable names AND typing a bunch of %s. Couldn't you save a lot of time just typing in the variable name where they're supposed to be?
I did it on the first workspace and it worked.
Yes, you can concatenate strings using the
+ operator. I think it is considered best practice to use the formatter and placeholders, such as
%s, though. There are many types of placeholder, not just strings. I'm not sure if all of those different data types can be added to a string for output.